Author: Communications

Hurricane Michael & SEBTS’ Schedule

SEBTS is monitoring the forecasts for Hurricane Michael’s projected impacted on the RDU area. As of this time, SEBTS will be operating on a normal schedule for Thursday, October 11, 2018. Please make safety your first priority, and use caution when walking near large trees or tree limbs during the storm.

Classes & Office Schedules Starting Monday

SEBTS will operate on a normal schedule for classes and office hours starting Monday, September 17th. Please note that in the Triangle some roads that are flooded. Please do not attempt to drive through a flooded road even if it appears to be a small amount of water cover the road. Road Conditions: The North

Update on Campus Operations in Relation to Hurricane Florence

As Hurricane Florence approaches landfall in the next few days, you my or may not be aware that the forecasted impact on the Triangle area and the campus has drastically changed from earlier in the week. Most forecasts are saying that we will receive 3″ to 6″ of rain between Friday and Wednesday. There is

The Layered Hybrid

Layered Hybrid for Distance Learning Students. This format gives you an opportunity to come to campus and experience face-to-face interaction with faculty and fellow students. It allows you to join us in our weekly chapel services. It helps you complete more credits per semester.  (OR “finish more credits per semester.”) Each layered hybrid course last

Intramural Basketball

Do you enjoy playing basketball and relieving some stress on the court? Then you will not want to miss out on one of the most popular sports at SEBTS! Intramural basketball is right around the corner, and it’s time to start signing up for a team before it’s too late. This sport allows you to

Thank You from Dr. David Platt of the IMB

President of the International Mission Board Dr. David Platt’s personal message to the Southeastern family: We’re proud of you, you are taking the gospel to the nations and fulfilling the mission of seeing the Great Commission accomplished. You are what make our school a “going” school.

Bayleaf Baptist Church Toy Chest | Nov 11

For the 23rd year in a row, Bay Leaf Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, helped Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary students bring Christmas presents home to their families. On Nov. 12, 2016 Bay Leaf volunteers greeted students with cheers and applause as they eagerly entered the gymnasium to find presents for their children among tables

Meet Executive Chef Virginia Spencer

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is welcoming its newest staff member to the team, Executive Chef Virginia Spencer. Spencer, who has been in the culinary profession for more than 16 years, will oversee Magnolia Kitchen, a newly renovated dining hall for students, faculty and staff in the Ledford Center. Learn more about her story and what

Tami Fitzgerald – Battleground NC: Marriage, Life and Religious Liberty in the Tar Heel State

Tami Fitzgerald, the executive director for NC Values Coalition, spoke at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) doctoral studies luncheon on Feb. 20. Fitzgerald was the chairwoman of Vote FOR Marriage NC, the official referendum committee that passed the North Carolina Marriage Amendment and a lobbyist in the General Assembly on pro-family and business issues. She is

Snowy Campus Photo Contest

We had some fun on our snow day. Click through the pictures that were submitted for our snowy campus photo contest below. Our winners with eyes for pictures are: Sarahaalford, Ashleeajefferys and cmrainey; honorable mention goes to: joshwaulk. Thanks to everyone who participated. We got some great shots of #SEcampus! Days like this are fun for

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